The Dragon next door: Chinese perceptions of India

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    This shows how 'free' the Chinese media is.

    And the interesting footnote is indicative that HINDU is the China's and CCP's voice in the Indian media.
     
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    @Ray sir , are you talking about The Hindu weekly?
     
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    Yes, HINDU daily.

    That is why I wrote it in capitals.
     
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    Note how our Chinese posters are avoiding this thread.
     
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    I used to think that hindu never prints paid news.....
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    is indian express group is worth believing? Cause we have the loksatta , marathi variant of express group. It has great articles
     
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    It is easier to describe india in bona fide good terms in PRC compared relatively and in description and approach to PRC in bona fide terms in india,

    Because it's easy in PRC you cannot say to a indian establishment please do what we do. It's not the same and the investment and capital in promoting such a approach require difference variables.

    Also to describe the india in mala fide and bad terms in PRC is more difficult compared to PRC in india. That means PRC cannot say to india please do what we do.

    India ought to say please make it easier for us like we have made it for you.
     
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    Loksatta is a good newspaper. Even I receive the same and times of India. But I trust Hindu when it comes to fearless articles publishing.



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    Which paper is this partisan chap from?

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    在哪里中国男孩?

    Where are the Chinese boys?
     
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    I didn't read divya marathi. It is crap newspaper and most pages are filled with advertisement. Divya mmarathi is marathi variant of bhaskar group @Ray sir
     
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    It's amazing that so many indian are still reading papers. Chinese are much more e-media users.
     
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    Reading news papers early morning with a cup of tea or coffee is part of the culture or habit in India... all newspapers in India have e-media editions too...

    I personally read paper as well as e-editions of different papers that gives me many choices...
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    One reads not one, but many newspapers so that one gets a balanced view and not depend on one source.

    We are more traditional and not out to make a statement that we have also 'arrived' and are trying to keep up with the Joneses and surpassing them.

    In addition we also check e media and see TV news and debates.

    And then take a view.
     

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